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The King of Prussia and a Peanut Butter Sandwich – A Bedtime Story…

Posted on Jun 5, 2013

We will not hide them from [our] descendants; we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the LORD, His power, and the...

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You’re In Good Hands!

Posted on Apr 14, 2013

God not only gives us life in heaven; He tenderly cares for us, in the flesh, today. Healing our bodies, bound for death by the curse, is an integral part of God’s providence toward us. Indeed, the catalogue of medical discoveries provided by God is a veritable love letter, testifying to his passion for our bodies as well as our souls.

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The Struggle for the Sanctity of Life – Can Anything Be Done?

Posted on Jan 24, 2013

This vicious attack on life didn’t begin a mere 40 years ago; our generation is but one in a long line which has witnessed the promotion and prevalence of such a culture of death. Throughout the ages, wherever God has been disdained, death has danced. And yet, providentially, the opposite is also true. Historically, as faith in God, the honor of his Word, and the battle cry of His people have invaded a culture, the focus on death has been pushed out and life has taken its place.

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It Is Well With My Soul: A Child’s Providential History Lesson

Posted on Aug 18, 2012

Grown-ups worry about lost jobs, bad doctor reports and politics. But kids worry too. The things kids are concerned about might seem smaller, like making friends, remembering spelling words, or wondering WHEN you’ll ever grow taller! But, in God’s eyes, kid worries are important. And the answer to everyone’s worries is exactly the same. We all need to learn that God is in control. No matter what happens, He is in charge of everything and His plans never fail!

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God Governs in the Affairs of Men: The Story of the Constitutional Convention

Posted on Jul 27, 2012

In times of trouble, leaders must choose whether they will fall on their knees before God’s throne, depending on His providence and wisdom, or whether they will rely on themselves. As a country struggling for wisdom in so many areas, we would do well to remember and obey the admonition of Benjamin Franklin who once begged his compatriots to cry out to God in their distress, pleading for His help and guidance.

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